Definition of Presorts

1. Verb. (third-person singular of presort) ¹



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Definition of Presorts

1. presort [v] - See also: presort

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Presorts

presoaking
presoaks
presocratic
presoftened
presolar
presold
presolve
presolved
presolves
presolving
presomitic
presong
presort
presorted
presorting
presorts (current term)
presos
prespecified
prespecifies
prespecify
prespecifying
presphenoid
presphenoidal
prespill
prespin
prespinal
presplit
press
press'd
press-gang

Literary usage of Presorts

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1. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon (1816)
"... her presorts to the emperor Basil, vii. il. Her visit to him at Constantinople, 17. Her testament, ibid. Danube, course of the river, and the provinces ..."

2. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (1871)
"A sketch by the The table of contents presorts about twenty excellent articles, in which the instructive and the amusing receive equal attention. ..."

3. The History of the Norman Conquest of England by Edward Augustus Freeman (1873)
"He went repeatedly to Bristol; he stayed there two or three months at a time, presorts the genera! sense, he translates " See vol. ip 236 ; vol. ii. p. 99. ..."

4. Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by William B. Dana (1857)
"But another striking feature of Lloyd's is the gathering point which it presorts to the London merchant. Opposite the Underwriters' Room is the Merchants' ..."

5. The Baptist Missionary Magazine by Executive Committee, Baptist General Convention, American Baptist Missionary Union, Board of Managers (1839)
"... and Clair : be dwells upon their opposition to the stables; a few waggons and sleighs; also, all | introduction of civilization among them, presorts of ..."

6. Lectures on the Philosophy of the Human Mind by Thomas Brown, David Welsh (1860)
"... the flexible covering in the lid, which can be raised or depressed at pleasure, that presorts it from injuries of a different kind, the appv nit us for ..."

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